DEACON'S ROAD by Margaret Flint

DEACON'S ROAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The setting of The Old Ashburn Place is used once more in this homespun tale of life in a Maine rural community. But this story lacks the substance of her first book, there is little of psychological conflict, the characters are cardboard, the plot tried and true. The story of a country boy in love with a city girl, who refused to try to adjust herself to country ways, and of how he found the right girl nearby. It is a simple, friendly story, with a happy ending, but without much red blood.

Pub Date: Sept. 21st, 1938
Publisher: Dodd, Mead